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Chris Fonseca

America's original sit down comic, Chris 'Crazy Legs" Fonseca. A recognizable presence, as one of the world's most successful comics with a disability, Fonseca has run the gamut of spotlights. From his role as what else, a comic with a disability, on the mega-hit, Baywatch to his fundraising efforts on behalf of charities across the country, Fonseca has blazed a trail of wheelchair tracks in laughter. Born with Cerebral Palsy, he was raised by an aunt and uncle after his mother died in the delivery room. His adopted dad , Calletano Fonseca Sr., lived to be 100. Chris released 1997's acclaimed CD "Not tonight, I have Cerebral Palsy" and 2000's 'Get in the Van".

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